Volvo is rolling out a series of new and uprated engines and a new engine designation system for its 2011 model year range.
The company’s new 2.0-litre, five-cylinder diesel engine will now replace the old 133bhp four-cylinder unit. It achieves Euro 5 emissions standards and will be available in all Volvo models, apart from the XC90.
Volvo says the new 2.0D engine in 147bhp form (and 160bhp form for the S80, V70, XC70 and XC60) will be badged D3, and in 173bhp form will be badged D4.
The C30, S40 and V50 models are now available with a new 1.6-litre, 113bhp diesel, which is badged D2.
Volvo has also tweaked the twin-turbo D5 diesel and T6 turbocharged six-cylinder engine. The 201bhp D5's CO2 emissions drop from 183g/km to 174g/km. The T6 unit gets an 18bhp hike to 298bhp and 324lb ft from 2100rpm. Despite this, the T6’s CO2 emissions drop from 274g/km to 249g/km.
A new ES trim replaces the S trim level and the XC60 range gets an updated model range running from ES to SE, SE Lux and R-design.